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Ojibway Indians of Saskatchewan


All Reserves in Saskatchewan are Ojibway. According to 1832's Edinburgh Encyclopedia, Ojibway People gave rise to the Chipewyan, Copper, Cree and Dogrib Peoples. Athabascan People are Ojibway. Cree People are really the Athabascan Beaver Tribe. There are no Cree First Nations in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec. Ojibway Soldiers drove the Cree or Beaver to Alberta and British Columbia. They caused Ojibway Nation much trouble by siding with whites. At this time, there is an attempt by Ojibway People of Saskatchewan, to identify as Ojibway. However, they are defenseless and too scared to follow prophesy. Only in southeast Saskatchewan, are there actual Reserves with Ojibway Indians of Saskatchewan identifying as being Ojibway. There is an exception at Jackfish Lake where the Saulteaux Ojibway People live. Chipewyan (it's pronounced Chip-a-wan) People are quite hostile if they are mistaken to be Ojibway. They consider it an insult. Educated Chipewyan People know they are Ojibway however. The Cree Ojibway's are so scared they always include "Cree" beside their First Nation name. Below is a list of Ojibway Indians of Saskatchewan that we know (treaties, ect.) are Ojibway. We know Witchekan Lake People are Ojibway from historical accounts. However, they refuse to identify as being Ojibway. Chief Big Bear was Saulteaux Ojibway and so are his Subjects.





Carrot River Reserve:

They are a part of the Saulteaux Ojibway Cumberland House Band or the Pas Band who are Treaty 5 signatories. Read Treaty 5 Text! Might want to include them as being within Kasba Reserve.

This Ojibway Reserve is approximately 3.0 sq. mi. or 7.8 sq. km.

The Language is Corrupted Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 829.

Cote-Keeseekoose-Key Reserve:

Their Reserve is approximately 380.5 sq. mi. or 985.5 sq. km. Land surrenders were for chief Rocky Boys landless Ojibway's. We should include them with Kasba Reserve. This Ojibway Reserve is one of chief Rocky Boy's many Reservations and Reserves.

The Language is Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 1,853 (280 Key, 700 Keeseekoose, 873 Cote)

Crooked Lakes Reserve:

Their Reserve is approximately 332.2 sq. mi. or 860.5 sq. km. Land surrenders were for chief Rocky Boys landless Ojibway's. This Ojibway Reserve is one of chief Rocky Boy's many Reservations and Reserves.

The Language is Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 2,248

Cumberland House Reserve:

They are a part of the Saulteaux Ojibway Cumberland House Band or the Pas Band who are Treaty 5 signatories. Read Treaty 5 Text! Might want to include them as being within Kasba Reserve.

The Language is Corrupted Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 776

Touchwood Hills Reserve:

Whites are fooling you! Read Seven Fires Prophesy! The communities of Lestock, Punnichy and Quinton are really within this Ojibway Reserve. It's real translation is Touch Legs Reserve. A large leg and small leg. Their Districts include:

"Day Star-Kawacatoose:"

Their District is approximately 63.3 sq. mi. or 164.0 sq. km.

The Language is Corrupted Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 1,301

"Gordon-Muskowekwan:"

Their District is approximately 106.0 sq. mi. or 274.6 sq. km.

The Language is Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 1,612

Total area of this Ojibway Reserve is 169.3 sq. mi. or 438.6 sq. km. Including stolen land, this Reserve is over 250 sq. mi. or over 645 sq. km. Total on-Reserve Population is 2,150. When including communities of Lestock, Punnichy, and Quinton the population is near 2,700.

File Hills Reserve:

This Ojibway Reserve covers approximately 134.7 sq. mi. or 349.0 sq. km.

The Language is Ojibway and Corrupted Ojibway

The Population is 1,373

Fishing Lake Reserve:

This Ojibway Reserve is approximately 34.5 sq. mi. or 89.4 sq. km.

The Language is Ojibway

The Population is 484

James Smith Reserve:

This Reserve is approximately 58.3 sq. mi. or 151.0 sq. km. They are supposedly originally from the Ojibway St. Peters Reserve of Manitoba. However, they are possibly from near St. Peters Mission near Great Falls, Montana. Same with Muskoday. Their leader may have been chief Peguis or Chief John Smith from Leech Lake Reservation in Minnesota.

The Language is Corrupted Ojibway

The Population is 1,990

Kinistin Reserve:

It's Reserve is approximately 15.7 sq. mi. or 40.6 sq. km.

The Language is Ojibway

The Population is 324

Makwa Sahgaiehcan:

They are a part of Chief Big Bears Reserve which includes Cold Lake, Elizabeth, Fishing Lake (it's in Alberta), Frog Lake, Ministikwan, Onion Lake and Thunderchild. Makwa is Ojibway for Bear. Sahgaiehcan is Ojibway for Reservoir. Last battle of 1885's Northwest Rebellion was fought here.

The Language is Corrupted Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 1,009

Ministikwan:

They are a part of Chief Big Bears Reserve which includes Cold Lake, Elizabeth, Fishing Lake (it's in Alberta), Frog Lake, Makwa Sahgaiehcan, Onion Lake and Thunderchild.

The Language is Corrupted Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 847

Moosomin/Saulteaux Reserve:

This Saulteaux Ojibway Reserve was originally located closer to Battleford or North Battleford. They were forced to relocate to their current location to allow many of chief Rocky Boy's landless Ojibway's to settle among them. A group of Saulteaux Ojibway's separated from them. Today they are the Thunderchild Ojibway's. Land surrenders were for chief Rocky Boys landless Ojibway's. This Ojibway Reserve is one of chief Rocky Boy's many Reservations and Reserves.

This Ojibway Reserve is approximately 397.4 sq. mi. or 1,029.3 sq. km.

The Language is Ojibway and Corrupted Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 1,223.

Muskoday Reserve:

This Reserve is approximately 39.6 sq. mi. or 102.6 sq. km. They are supposedly originally from the Ojibway St. Peters Reserve of Manitoba. However, they are possibly from near St. Peters Mission near Great Falls, Montana. Same with James Smith. Their leader may have been chief Peguis or Chief John Smith from Leech Lake Reservation in Minnesota.

The Language is Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 606

Onion Lake:

They are a part of Chief Big Bears Reserve which includes Cold Lake, Elizabeth, Fishing Lake (it's in Alberta), Frog Lake, Makwa Sahgaiehcan, Ministikwan and Thunderchild. After signing treaty in 1877, chief Big Bear led 1,000's of his Montana Ojibway Subjects who fled their native Montana, for Alberta's and Saskatchewan's Cypress Hills, 100's of miles north to a location near Fort Pitt, Saskatchewan.

The Language is Corrupted Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 3,448

Qu'Appelles Reserve:

This Ojibway Reserve is approximately 212.9 sq. mi. or 551.4 sq. km. 38,080 acres (Muscowpetung), 39,467 acres (Pasqua), 53,419 acres (Piapot), 5,549 (Standing Buffalo). Originally, Muscowpetung and Pasqua were the only Districts. Land additions were for Montana Ojibway refugees living in the Cypress Hills. Land surrenders were for chief Rocky Boys landless Ojibway's. This Ojibway Reserve is one of chief Rocky Boy's many Reservations and Reserves.

The Language is Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 2,034.

Red Earth Reserve:

They are a part of the Saulteaux Ojibway Cumberland House Band or the Pas Band who are Treaty 5 signatories. Read Treaty 5 Text! Might want to include them as being within Kasba Reserve.

This Ojibway Reserve is approximately 5.4 sq. mi. or 14.0 sq. km.

The Language is Corrupted Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 334.

Thunderchild Reserve:

This Saulteaux Ojibway Reserve was originally located closer to Battleford or North Battleford. They were forced to relocate to their current location to allow many of chief Rocky Boy's landless Ojibway's to settle among them. A group of Saulteaux Ojibway's separated from them. Today they are these Thunderchild Ojibway's. Land surrenders were for chief Rocky Boys landless Ojibway's. This Ojibway Reserve is one of chief Rocky Boy's many Reservations and Reserves.

The Language is Corrupted Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 740

White Bear Reserve:

Their Reserve is approximately 66.5 sq. mi. or 172.1 sq. km.

The Language is Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 845

Yellow Quill Reserve:

Their Reserve is approximately 50.0 sq. mi. or 129.5 sq. km.

The Language is Ojibway

The on-Reserve Population is 908

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